CAST 2017 - May The Force Be With You Workshop

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  1. Lab4Physics - 6 Month License Item # PC-1000
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    Lab4Physics is a mobile App especially created for science teachers and students that allows them to use smartphones and tablets as lab instruments. This tool will help students experiment and develop new skills.

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  2. Metric Bath Scale Item # PX-1080
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    This scale is great for exploring Newton's 3rd Law! Read More
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  3. Flying Pig Item # P4-2165
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    Add some excitement to your lessons on circular motion with the Flying Pig. Suspended from the ceiling, his wings flap and carry him in a regular circle.

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  4. Monkey and Hunter Set Item # P4-1965
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    Analysis of the projectile path of the bullet and the monkey's freefall shows that the bullet will hit the target. But are your students still unconvinced? Show them! Ring stand and C-clamp not included.

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  5. Human Dynamics Cart Item # P3-3617
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    Active involvement turns into fun physics! When a student sits on the Dynamic Cart they actually become part of the experiment, creating a real world experience that teaches concepts like Newton's First Law.

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  6. Elasti-Launcher Set Item # P4-1963
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    The Elasti-Launcher is the perfect tool when it comes to collecting data for the study of projectile motion. Best of all, it's safe to use indoors or outdoors because, unlike conventional rockets, it's powered by rubber bands.

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  7. Inertia Apparatus Item # P3-3524
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    Do you know what will happen when the spring is released? Test students' understanding of inertia and Newton's First Law in a memorable way! Read More
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  8. Newton's Apple Item # P1-1019
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    Sir Isaac Newton was inspired by the fall of an apple when he developed his theory of gravity. Your students can perform their own gravity and motion experiments with Newton's Apple! Read More
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  9. Ballistics Car Item # P3-3527
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    A classic demonstration that still amazes students. Compare the speed of the cart to the horizontal speed of the ball. Show the independence of the vertical and horizontal motion of the ball.

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  10. g Ball Item # P4-4000
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    Want to help your students to really wrap their minds around how falling objects behave? Then the g Ball is exactly what you're looking for. It gives students a hands-on way to better understand the difficult concept of acceleration due to gravity.

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